This week’s show is a special tribute show in memory of the great Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We get started in a roots foundation with Jack Ruby and the Black Disciples, taking us right into the Persuasion’s beautiful accapella “Buffalo Soldier”. Other roots artists featured on the show this week include Justin Hinds & The Dominoes, Lacksley Castell, Mikey Ras Starr and Freddie McGregor, among others. New music this week comes from Mykal Rose, Duane Stephenson, Chezidek, and riding... Topic: MLK Radio
This week’s show is a tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. for his great works and inspiration. Standing in solidarity, we can achieve great things and MLK truly united the people in the fight against racial oppression and segregation in this country. We always remember his works. We also have a very special guest joining us this week in King Lemuel, my good friend and talented artist from Puerto Rico. Highlights of the show include MLK’s I Have A Dream speech played in segments... Topic: MLK Podcast
these are two tracks of speeches by The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. mixed with music. The first track is MLK Jr. mixed with Daft Punk's first album Homework. It is just over 7 minutes. I made this mix in 1999 and have performed it only a couple of times live. It was played on a local radio station (WJAB 90.0, located at Alabama A&M in Huntsville, AL.) to commemorate MLK Jr's birthday in the early to mid 2000's. Track 1 features the "I have a dream speech" set to the opening tracks... Topic: MLK Jr.
WEHC is pleased to present the 2017 MLK Day Keynote address, Echoes of Divisiveness Need Not Define Our Community: Encouraging Intergroup Dialogues to Heal Brokenness... an Aftermath of a Polarizing Presidential Election given by Dean John Holloway, E&H Vice President of Student Life and Student Success and Dean of Inclusion. This talk was recorded live on January 16, 2017. Topics: WEHC, MLK Day
This weekend marks the anniversary of the famous March on Washington and the memorial for Martin Luther King will be dedicated in DC. Will the words and actions of a radical MLK be able to rise above the din of corporate revisionists determined to sanitize the man who stood against poverty and war? Topics: hayden, MLK, hayden, Horne
Martin Luther King Jr. quotes: "You reap what you sow." "How long? Not long, because 'no lie can live forever.'" "The burning of our churches will not deter us." Martin Luther King Jr. walks in Memphis, TN on April 3, 1968. King made his Mountaintop speech at Mason Temple the evening of April 3. The next day, King was shot and fatally wounded as he stood on the balcony outside his room at the Lorraine. With him was one of his aides: Jesse Jackson. "He's bigger... Topics: MLK, God, Jesus Christ
this weekend marks the anniversary of the famous March on Washington and the memorial for Martin Luther King will be dedicated in DC. Will the words and actions of a radical MLK be able to rise above the din of corporate revisionists determined to sanitize the man who stood against poverty and war? Topics: MLK, anniversary, MArch
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